POCKLINGTON Town continued their quest for the York Minster Engineering League division one title with a convincing 5-1 defeat of Heworth.

Jake Dunham (2), Nathan Walker, Ben Potter and Jed Vale scored for the hosts with John Moore hitting Heworth’s sole reply.

Richard Brian and Tom Rushworth (2) fired Easingwold Town to a 3-2 success at Cliffe as the visitors maintained their position of second in the table.

Cliffe’s strikes came courtesy of a Tom Collins penalty and an effort from Connor Gigg.

A goal from Jack Bell was enough to keep Strensall Tigers in the championship hunt following a 1-0 victory over Rawcliffe.

Mario Campagana was at the double for Tockwith in their 4-2 triumph at Haxby Town.

Warren Lowe hammered home a thumping 20-yard free kick for Harrison Signs but it proved little more than a spectacular consolation as they were sunk 4-1 by an in-form Malton & Norton.

Bishopthorpe United enjoyed a 6-3 victory over Riccall United.

Rufforth United maintained their five-point lead at the top of division two after goals from Leigh Dutton and Dave Melody gave them a 2-0 success over Brooklyn.

Civil Service sit second after inflicting The Beagle’s first defeat of the season and leapfrogging them in the table in the process.

Joe Mason scored a hat-trick of penalties in Service’s 7-1 triumph, a win which also saw Bobby Clapham, Luke Addison, Ryan Mumford and Josh Shepherd on the scoresheet.

Nick Rank, Matty Wain and Nathan Speckley helped Stamford Bridge to a 3-2 success over Barmby Moor.

Brian Robertson hit a hat-trick for Pollington in their 4-2 victory over Wilberfoss.

David Durham grabbed the home side’s other goal.

Andy Stone (2) and Louis Blackwell were on target for Bubwith White Swan in a 3-1 win over Cawood.

Selby Olympia secured a 5-2 victory at Stillington Sports and Social Club to remain a point clear of Wheldrake at the top of division three.

Wheldrake kept up the pressure with a 9-2 win at Elm Park, for whom Nathan Wright struck twice.

James Smith led the scoring for Wheldrake with a double hat-trick that took his season total to a sensational 17 goals from just seven games.

Wombleton Wanderers remain third after an 8-1 success at LNER Builders.

Tom Lee and Lee Johnson scored for Crayke United at Walnut Tree but they crashed to a 5-2 defeat.

Russ Carr (3), Alex Clark, Dan Tipping and Adain Bardy bagged for Heslington in a 6-2 victory at Fulford.

Jay Coop and Roy Page replied.

Helperby took the points from their game with Swinton after a 3-1 success.